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Znanstveno-stručno i staleško glasilo
Hrvatskoga šumarskoga društva
Journal of Forestry Society of Croatia
      Prvi puta izašao 1877. godine i neprekidno izlazi do današnjeg dana
   ISSN No.: 0373-1332              UDC 630*
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Are foresters the biggest problem of Our Beautiful Homeland?     pdf     HR     EN 229
Mario Božić, Filip Đureta, Ernest Goršić, Mislav Vedriš UDK 630*569 (001)
Influence of a measurer and measurement errors on  measurement of a tree diameter     pdf     HR     EN 233
Mario Šporčić, Matija Landekić, Ivana Bartulac, Ksenija Šegotić UDK 630*309 (001)
Application of multicriteria AHP method in selection of wood harvesting system     pdf     HR     EN 247
Ivana Vitasović-Kosić, Mara Vukojević, Sandro Bogdanović UDK 630* 174+182(001)
First inventory of vascular flora of Matokit mountain (Biokovo massif, Croatia)     pdf     HR     EN 257
Ali Kemal Özbayram, Emrah Çiçek UDK 630* 561(001)
Initial planting density experiments of narrow-leaved ash in Turkey: ten-year results     pdf     HR     EN 269
Abdullah E. Akay, Michael Wing, Halit Büyüksakalli, Salih Malkoçoglu UDK 630* 432 (001)
Evaluation of Fire Lookout Towers Using GIS-based Spatial Visibility and Suitability Analyzes     pdf     HR     EN 279
Effective forest fire fighting involves alerting firefighting teams immediately in the case of a fire so that teams can promptly arrive the fire scene. The most effective way for an early detection of forest fires is monitoring of forest lands from fire lookout towers. Especially in fire sensitive forest lands, towers should be systematically located in such a way that fire lookout personnel can monitor the largest amount of forest land as possible. In this study, the visibility capabilities of lookout towers located in Köyceğiz Forest Enterprise Directorate (FED)in the city of Muğla in Turkey were evaluated by using Geographical Information System (GIS) based visibility and suitability analysis. The results of visibility analysis indicated that 77.12% of forest land were visible from the current towers. To extend the proportion of visible forest lands, locations of additional lookout towers were evaluated using spatial visibility and suitability analysis in which the tower locations were examined by considering specific criteria (i.e. distance to roads, elevation, ground slope, topographic features). Suitability analysis results identified five new towers in addition to current towers in the study area. The results indicated that visible forest lands increased to 81.47% by locating new towers, and increase of almost 4.35%. In addition, over half of the forests became visible by at least two towers when including five towers suggested by suitability analysis. The GIS-based method developed in this study can assist fire managers to determine the optimal locations for fire lookout towers for effective fire management activities.

Key words: Forest fires; Fire monitoring; Visibility and Suitability analysis; Köyceğiz
Damir Drvodelić, Milan Oršanić UDK 630* 232.4+237
Planting seedlings of narrow-leaved ash (Fraxinus angustifolia Vahl) to recover dieback-affected forest stands     pdf     HR     EN 289

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